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Posted on: Tue Nov 22, 2016 9:48 am




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marblevolcano wrote:
That is really cool! I would like to be in one of those classes [woot]

There's also a separate registration page for schools/classes,
which gets you a puzzle page without ads, and rankings by school/class:

https://www.calcudoku.org/ops/register


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Posted on: Wed Nov 23, 2016 12:03 am




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pnm wrote:
There's also a separate registration page for schools/classes,
which gets you a puzzle page without ads, and rankings by school/class:

https://www.calcudoku.org/ops/register

Hypothetically, would it be possible to add an account that already exists to a class? And could it be changed on the settings page?

I might actually suggest this to my teacher [unsure] because this is an awesome site for math :-)


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Posted on: Wed Nov 23, 2016 9:48 am




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marblevolcano wrote:
Hypothetically, would it be possible to add an account that already exists to a class? And could it be changed on the settings page?

Yes, that's possible,
but I'd have to do it manually (small change though).

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Posted on: Tue Mar 13, 2018 9:27 pm




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Well, I was 71 when I started this post 2 years ago ....(obviously 73.45 today).......still looking for older users than I [smile]


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Posted on: Tue Mar 13, 2018 10:52 pm




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I think you may well hold the title for now. I'll be 65 next week, so I'm over 8 years behind you.


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Posted on: Wed Mar 14, 2018 4:34 pm




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Having just turned 64, I am not in the age range (65 and older) that was inquired about. However, I do aspire to get to that age range.
I have not yet subscribed, not because of the cost but because of the additional time that I would spend on the site if I were a subscriber. (This reminded me to donate $20, which I just did.) Aside to Patrick: there is a monthly recurring donation option, but might you include an annual recurring donation option?

I think I spend upwards of 2 hours solving all the puzzles available to me, including timed.


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Posted on: Wed Mar 14, 2018 5:30 pm




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kurtstl wrote:
(This reminded me to donate $20, which I just did.) Aside to Patrick: there is a monthly recurring donation option, but might you include an annual recurring donation option?

Thanks for the donation [smile]

I didn't know there were these recurring options, will check this..

edit: there doesn't seem to be a way to configure this at my end [mellow]

I'd think "monthly recurring" isn't great anyway, because of the relatively high fees Paypal charges..


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Posted on: Wed Mar 14, 2018 8:24 pm




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kurtstl wrote:
Having just turned 64, I am not in the age range (65 and older) that was inquired about. However, I do aspire to get to that age range.

I'm not yet 50, but wouldn't be surprised if I was still here in 17 years.
kurtstl wrote:
I have not yet subscribed, not because of the cost but because of the additional time that I would spend on the site if I were a subscriber.

I've been a subscriber for a while, mainly because I want to give Patrick some money to keep this good thing going. I tried for a while to not do the extra, bi-weekly 15x15 but I've found that I can't walk away from a calcudoku puzzle the way I'd like to. I have been able to cut out the killer sudokus. Doing that strikes the right balance between time commitment and enjoyment for me. It's had the secondary effect of reducing the importance of point totals for me. (Hearty congratulations to Frederick as he quickly approaches becoming 12th in the world all time.)


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Posted on: Thu Mar 15, 2018 1:17 am




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I can't tell if beaker or isidore is older. I'm now 71 and think I may be third oldest of those who have posted ages. Patrick's Google distribution suggests that there could be others though.


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Posted on: Thu Mar 15, 2018 3:08 pm




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quote jaek --Hearty congratulations to Frederick......

Thank you for your congratulations but it is actually you who deserves congratulations! Accumulating 150000+ points without the membership benefit and also forgoing certain puzzles is a remarkable accomplishment.


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